The Viking Takes a Knight

The Viking Takes a Knight

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by Sandra Hill
     
 

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“Sandra Hill writes stories that tickle the funnybone and touch the heart. Her books are always fresh, romantic, inventive and hilarious.”
—Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling author

 

When John of Hawks Lair meets the voluptuous lady Viking Ingrith, the stalwart knight soon discovers that his wild side is not as hidden as

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“Sandra Hill writes stories that tickle the funnybone and touch the heart. Her books are always fresh, romantic, inventive and hilarious.”
—Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling author

 

When John of Hawks Lair meets the voluptuous lady Viking Ingrith, the stalwart knight soon discovers that his wild side is not as hidden as he’d always believed, in New York Times and USA Today bestseller Sandra Hill’s delightful medieval romantic romp, The Viking Takes a Knight. Much beloved for her ability to blend steamy sensuality with unbridled hilarity, Sandra Hill is a favorite of historical romance fans who appreciate a sexy love story told with refreshing originality—and The Viking Takes a Knight is all that and much more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061673504
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
08/31/2010
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
635,081
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)

Meet the Author

Sandra Hill is a graduate of Penn State and worked for more than ten years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories.

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The Viking Takes a Knight 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 970 Northumbria Princess Ingrith Sigrundottir proudly runs a local orphanage Rainstead. However, when brutal Saxon Commander Leo Loncaster visits her orphanage demanding she turn over King Edgar's illegitimate son Henry she disobeys the beast. Instead she flees with her children including Henry to Lord John Graves's home Hawk's Lair where she demands sanctuary for her, Ubbi her elderly guard, and thirty youngsters. John is attracted to Ingrith, but knows she is off limits to him as the daughter of the king. Ingrith is attracted to her host but cannot get him away from his studies of honey. When Loncaster angrily burns down the orphanage, John sets off to get the king to intercede while directing the princess to remain safe inside his walls. Ingrith rejects his orders and instead follows him to her father's court. In love, they argue before he leaves the court to return to his honeybees while Thorvold announces his daughter will marry soon. John decides he will be her husband, but must persuade his beloved he is her man for eternity. This is a fun lighthearted Dark Ages romp in which Sandra Hill uses humor to make the case that the tenth century was an enlightened period with researchers along side berserkers as warriors. The story line is fast-paced while Ms. Hill provides fascinating ways to use honey that the experimenters amongst readers will want to test with their significant other. The lead couple is a terrific pairing as each is fully developed so the audience will understand the motives and flaws of both as the almost aptly titled The Viking Takes a Knight as her honey. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very enjoyable book. Funny, romantic, trilling, hot, and sexy. John is a Saxon lord who is afraid to sire children because of his insane father. Ingrith is a 31 year old Viking princess who has no interest in marriage. Ingrith tries to protect a 5 year old boy and ends up at Hawk's Lair (John's home). John offers her temporary shelter not knowing the real reason Ingrith is there - hiding from a very powerful Saxon commander who is very close to the King. The two get attracted to each other. Because of their age (and no plans for marriage), they end up doing scandalous stuff as "experiments" and end up falling in love with each other. John is afraid he will pass on his father's insanity to his children so he refuses to commit to the woman he loves. Ingrith loves him so much that she refuses to let him suffer watching his children go insane.... Read the book! You won't regret it. :) A real love story.
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